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Quality control for garbage projects

A topic by Zigzagone created Nov 18, 2017 Views: 112 Replies: 3
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Like that : https://kacegames.itch.io/lazer-racer-overdrive

Or that : https://varlibraries.itch.io/the-bozz-baby

Or even that : https://djego.itch.io/dinosaur-stampede

Please, don't make Itch.io looks like gamejolt or any garbage game hosting marketplace


We're an open-marketplace so there's always going to be a wide range of the quality for the projects we get. Our stance is to help people who put effort into their work bubble to the top. The less interesting quick projects should still be able to exist, but you're not likely to find to them unless you're looking for them. Did you pull those particular pages off the recently added list, or did you see them somewhere else.

This page was found in "laser" tag : https://kacegames.itch.io/lazer-racer-overdrive and the others in recently added

But a minimum quality control should be nice :/

Some ideas :

- Put the game on "developpement on hold" after 6 month of inactivity

- Force to add a trailer or at least one screenshot

These two ideas will reduce a lot the number of garbage projects on itch.io, like the "lazer racer overdrive" game that is "in developpement" since one year and no devlog, no image, no download !